Born: c. 1908
Died: May 1, 1976
Married: Elizabeth Persick Cutlip; Helen
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, May 4, 1976
Ralph J. Cheeseman
PALM DESERT, Cal. - Ralph J. Cheeseman, 68, the former owner of the Blue Line Sport Shop in Saranac Lake, N.Y., died May 1 at 5:45 p.m. at the Eisenhower Medical Center here.
The funeral is scheduled for Friday in California, including a graveside service.
Mr. Cheeseman was born in Saranac Lake, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cheeseman, who preceded him as owners of the Blue Line Sports Shop. Survivors include his wife, Helen, in Palm Desert; a daughter, Mrs. Diane Parker, Watertown, N.Y.; two grandchildren; a cousin, Mrs. Belle Anderson, Tupper Lake, N.Y.; and an aunt, Mrs. Albert Homburger of Saranac Lake, N.Y.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that friends wishing to remember Mr. Cheeseman make donations to the Heart Fund.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, June 9, 1948
MRS. E. CUTLIP, R. J. CHEESEMAN ARE MARRIED
Mrs. Elizabeth Persick Cutlip, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Persick of Fairmont, W. Va., was married at 10 o'clock yesterday morning to Ralph J. Cheesman, son of L. E. Cheeseman of 23 Olive street.
The ceremony was performed in the Methodist church by the Rev. Theodore R. Bundy, pastor of the church.
Miss Ann Persick was maid of honor for her sister. Mr. Cheeseman was attended by Paul Kemp of AuSable Forks.
Mrs. Cheesman's outfit included a powder blue street length dress with navy blue accessories and a corsage of spring flowers. Her sister was costumed in a beige dress of street length with gold accessories and a corsage of spring flowers.
Mrs. Cheeseman was graduated from the West Virginia schools and is a senior student at the New York University, Division of Nursing, Bellevue hospital. New York city. At present, she is serving on the nursing staff at the General hospital.
Mr. Cheeseman is a graduate of the New York Military academy at Cornwall-on-Hudson. He served with the 10th Mountain division of the Army during World War II. He is associated in business with his father at the L.E. Cheeseman Sport at 5 Broadway.